Australia's recent one-day batting collapses has left captain Ricky Ponting searching for answers.
Despite losing 3-13 and 3-10 in the first two matches in Chittagong and Dhaka, the Australians have already wrapped up the three-game series.
However, there are concerns surrounding Australia's middle order, particularly in the build up to next year's World Cup in the Caribbean.
"The only concern that has come out in the last couple of games for us has been the fact that we have lost groups of wickets," Ponting told AAP.
"Some of them we always talk about not doing, but unfortunately we have done it in the last couple of matches, we have another game now to make sure we rectify that."
Despite Bangladesh being more competitive than expected against the world champions, Ponting was pleased with how his team has fought its way out of trouble.
"It is always nice to win any series, we have had to fight quite a bit actually in the last two matches," he said.
"They have both been quite resounding wins but at different times we have had a lot of pressure on us and we have had to get through those tough periods."
The Australians wrap up their tour of Bangladesh after the third and final one-dayer on Friday at Fatullah Stadium.